11.17.04.03

.03 Criteria for Restoration of Driver's License.

A. Restoration of Noncommercial Driver's License.

(1) Class C and Class M Noncommercial Licenses.

(a) An individual may apply for a Class C or Class M noncommercial driver's license if the individual:

(i) Has met the qualifications under COMAR 11.17.03.04E(2) for the withdrawal of the revocation, suspension, cancellation, or refusal to issue or renew a license; and

(ii) Is otherwise eligible for the license.

(b) When an individual's license has been expired for 1 year or more, the Administration shall require the individual to pass the knowledge and skill tests for a Class C or Class M driver's license.

(2) Class A and Class B Noncommercial Driver's Licenses. An individual may apply for a noncommercial Class A or Class B driver's license if the individual:

(a) Has met the qualifications under COMAR 11.17.03.04E(2) for the withdrawal of the revocation, suspension, cancellation, or refusal to issue or renew a license; and

(b) Passes the applicable knowledge test;

(c) Obtains a learner's instructional permit for the class of license being sought;

(d) Passes the applicable skills test; and

(e) Is otherwise eligible for the license.

B. Restoration of Commercial Driver's License. An individual may apply for a commercial driver's license if the individual:

(1) Has met the qualifications under COMAR 11.17.03.04E(2) for the withdrawal of the revocation, suspension, cancellation, or refusal to issue or renew a license;

(2) Passes the commercial driver's license knowledge test;

(3) Obtains a learner's instructional permit for a commercial driver's license;

(4) Passes the commercial driver's license skills test;

(5) Is physically qualified in accordance with COMAR 11.21.01; and

(6) Is otherwise eligible for the license.